Historical Calendar. National Historical Institute, Manila, 1996.

7 November

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Don Pedro Enriquez, an auditor of the Royal Audiencia of the Philippine Islands, reports what he has done for the pacification of the villages of Taguig, Hagonoy, Parañaque, Bacoor, Cavite Viejo, which revolted due to agrarian troubles: the proclamation of a general pardon and a promise that their complaints will be heard and justice done.


La Ilustracion Filipina publishes its first issue with eight pages and a four-page cover, in two columns in cuarto. The founder is Jose de Zaragosa.


The liberators of Negros, assembled in Bacolor, promulgate a constitution and establish the Provisional Revolutionary Government with Aniceto Lacson, President; Juan Araneta, Secretary of War; Eusebio Luzuriaga, Secretary of Treasury; Simeon Lizares, Secretary of Interior; Nicolas Golez, Secretary of Fomento; Antonio Jayme, Secretary of Justice; Agustin Amenablar, Secretary of Agriculture and Commerce; and Melecio Severino, Executive Secretary.


General Lloyd Wheaton lands on Lingayen beach to cut off the retreat of General Emilio Aguinaldo.


The Liberal Party meets in Manila affirming its annexationist policy.


The Philippine Legislature passes a concurrent resolution creating a Commission of Independence for the purpose of studying ways and means of securing independence.

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